Artist Injects Paint into Bubble Wrap to Create Pixelated Images

Bradley Hart

Canadian artist Bradley Hart fills syringes with acrylic paint, which he then injects into bubble wrap. The results appear as low-resolution photographs. His work is currently on display at Gallery Nine5 in New York City. If you visit, resist the temptation to pop the bubbles.

You can view more works at the link.

Link -via Junkculture


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Art is subjective. Art touches individuals in different ways based on the uniqueness of the viewer as a whole. If you feel it is garbage, it still has affected you, albeit with disgust. Art doesn't have to be pretty or pleasing to successfully emotionally connect with the viewer. Sometimes art disgusts an individual, successfully! And yep, I'm an artist and art teacher, proudly extolling the virtues of creating epically awesome "Garbage" for generations to come.
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